IERSurgery is excited to welcome Dr Burke to our family!!

Dr. Jocelyn Burke knows the process of considering a surgical procedure can be very stressful for any patient. As a surgeon, her job is to determine when surgery can help improve a patient’s quality of life, and then provide expertise and compassionate care in helping patients understand their condition, surgical options, and outcomes. She makes her patients the center of her attention and is with them through every step of the process.

Meet Dr. Burke
Dr. Jocelyn Burke

Acid Reflux Treatment at Institute of Esophageal and Reflux Surgery


Why IERSurgery?

Dr Bell has performed over 400 LINX cases to date, and over 3000 reflux procedures. He was the first in the state to perform the LINX procedure in 2012.

Dr Bell’s knowledge and expertise has led to multiple invitations to participate in multiple clinical trials, and lecture to clinicians all over the world.

Dr Bell is a founding physician of the newly formed American Foregut Society. This society’s mission is to advocate personalized treatment strategies for patients with foregut disease through a collaborative partnership across disciplines.

Dedication:

This is a family owned and operated surgical practice, with the unique benefit of having a world renowned surgeon and pioneering physician at your service.

Dr Bell is committed to improving the outcomes for patients. The only way to know how patients are doing is to ask them. We follow our patients very closely after surgery, and yearly for 5 years.

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Conditions We Treat

We specialize in foregut diseases. Foregut refers to the stomach and esophagus. We have state of the art diagnostics on site, providing our patients with an accurate diagnosis which is critical in determining an appropriate therapy.

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Surgeries We Specialize in

That’s right- surgery can solve your reflux issues. Reflux is caused by a valve that does not work properly, it is not related to too much acid production. The only way to fix reflux is to fix the problem- the valve.

There are more and more publications on the dangers of long term use of proton pump inhibitors (PPIs). Kidney failure, heart attack, stroke, dementia are just a few of the potential problems you can develop if you take these medications long term.

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Contact Us

499 E Hampden Ave #400, Englewood, CO 80113

T:303-788-7700

F:303-788-8982

E:[email protected]

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